"Yes, we should try to be nice to everyone. But we cannot waste time with people
that are not adding to our growth. Our destiny is too important."
And we may dance in the streets just happy that we avoided the Rail Disaster.
Now with Kapolei emerging as second city and pushed by the Rail Calamity we can all start planning for a better future. The developing Harbor and Airport are a big step in the right direction. They are even thinking of a Harbor and more Business Parks on the Waianae Coast. Anything to avoid the Rail Disaster, others will have to put up with that mess and noise but not us.
Dancing in Kapolei? Da Rail says "You outta yur mind?"
There are already a few drinking places in the Kapolei Harbor - Airport area and some are even going so far as to have live music. Dancing cannot be far behind. And there are more dancers developing in the area. HBDA chapters in the area are leading the way and they are doing just fine. There may be a new club forming in the Kapolei Harbor area.
"Maui Waltz" by Loyal Garner
Just about every user of the #94 is fully aware that they can get the bus at 6 am in Kapolei and be at UH Manoa in one hour. "Rapid Transit" also known as the Rail Mess, will never do that in a million years, even with the cost now going to seven billion dollars. And they are already making it. It was the dough all time, Moe.